On cinema, conversations and context-based sustainability.
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10 minutes with Chelsea Davidoff, Paramount Pictures
Women are more likely than men to suffer from the effects of a changing climate. These leaders are leaning in to ensure that doesn’t happen.
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Meet 9 badass women fighting climate change in cities
Major automakers race to adapt to shared-car demand, startups compete for the smart mobility wave and data concerns speed up.
Clean transportation drives ahead with electric vehicles
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What’s the best piece of advice for up-and-comers in sustainability? This CSO reveals this and other master tips.
10 minutes with Dave Stangis, Campbell Soup
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Part Two of a three-part series. Read Part One here.I cut my teeth on sustainability pressure in the late 1980s, when McDonald’s for the first time was attacked and vilified — at the time, over packaging and waste.
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How sustainability leaders deal with bullies
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Lessons for leaders: Believe in the positive side of people; don’t shy away from conflict; and know that your reputation has less to do with what you do than how you do it.
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Sustainability leadership amid fear and pressure
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If we hope to get more bang for our buck from recycling programs, we need to switch from waste-based metrics to more comprehensive measures of success. Lifecycle analysis gives us a way to do just that.
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The full effect of big-budget corporate community spending really depends on a company’s business model.
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Smart PR or sustainability? Inside Target’s $40 million food investment
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You are in charge of much, yet have direct responsibility for little. How do you keep from going mad?
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The 3 P’s for leading the insanity of sustainability
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HVAC giants such as Ingersoll Rand are prioritizing innovation that considers both.
Phasing out refrigerants doesn’t have to mean using more energy